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The Arc Angels’ self-titled debut album yielded such widely popular songs as "Living in a Dream” and "Sent by Angels” before disbanding. He then recruited him full-time, and they toured together worldwide, thrilling fans with their dramatic guitar interplay and drawing comparisons to past Clapton triumphs such as Derek & the Dominoes.Introducing himself as a solo artist in 1996 with album with B. Clapton’s ensuing 2004 albums both showcased stirring Clapton-Bramhall guitar duets recorded in the same Dallas room where Robert Johnson recorded his classic blues songs in 1937.
In addition to his work with Clapton, Bramhall became an in demand composer, guitarist and producer.As the son of the late Texas music legend Doyle Bramhall, he was raised in a home filled with the blues and rock ’n’ roll styles indigenous to Texas.The elder Bramhall played drums and was also an accomplished songwriter and vocalist, not to mention a lifelong collaborator with childhood friends Stevie Ray and Jimmie Vaughan, who composed such SRV signature tunes as "Change It” and "Life by the Drop.” But the younger Bramhall—a rare and distinctive guitarist who plays left-handed, but with his instrument strung for a right-hander and flipped backwards--had his own connections with the Vaughan brothers: Early in his career he was befriended and supported by Stevie.Clapton is such a big fan he often yields the spotlight to Bramhall.When the British guitar legend played American Airlines Center in 2013, Bramhall took a dozen guitar solos and stole the show in "Crossroads." Last year, Clapton announced plans to retire from touring, and today, Bramhall looks back at his 14-year stint in "Slowhand's" band with a sense of awe. But Eric really believed in me and my creative ideas. Great musicians have been championing Bramhall since he was barely big enough to pick up a guitar.